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#31 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by Lost_N_BIOS 01.09.2018 07:24

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There is "Configure SATA As" option with choices 0-3, not certain what that is, but looks to be visible to you already so maybe when you hover or use it tells you what each value means? This is in Main>IDE Configuration section. That is the only SATA setting I see.

Yes, I can change boot logo for you, you mean like what's shown at post #20 correct? Not sure how good it will look, sometimes only certain type of images can be used, certain size/certain bit depth color modes/certain format/type

I forgot to tell you, your desktop looks like mine, hardware sprawled out everywhere Do you have flash programmer now for BIOS recovery if needed?

I forgot to tag @tonyspanos in the other post, maybe he can answer you too about throttlestop and CPU multipliers.

#32 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by JerryD 03.09.2018 06:39

I haven't had time to do anything :( But I did look at the board last night and there is a ROM recovery on board so with a few jumpers set it can be reset. I will have some time tonight to do some more research and play!

#33 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by Lost_N_BIOS 03.09.2018 06:52

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Well hopefully those jumpers and recovery works as intended if needed, often that is not the case when you really need it, but fingers crossed in case it comes to that.
Send the graphic my way once you have it done and I'll see what I can do!

#34 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by thatubuntuguy 07.09.2018 15:42

Hi everyone! I've been busy with school so just noticed this. So X CPUs work woohoo!
So @JerryD can you set higher multipler with throttlestop or not?
Looks like my setup is gonna get a lot stronger with x9100 in place.
Is it really SATA 1 speed? My boots off 250gb sata3 disk is pretty fast it boots in less than 30 seconds.
I have a gts 450 installed and runs great off a 300w fsp unit. The crappy t5800 installed has been bclk overclocked to 2.66ghz - so about on par with e6600.
Maybe finally parents will get me x9100.
I took a double take when you said 2*4gb sodimms. Where the heck did you find those? At a reasonable price? Only ones I can find are 30 pounds each!
Thanks for your time!

#35 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by thatubuntuguy 07.09.2018 18:10

For SATA I found configuring it as AHCI bumped up speeds a lot when I did it sometime back. Try that...

#36 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by JerryD 08.09.2018 01:18

Hi Guys, I've been super busy and about to head out the door for the day. I'll make a better post latter in the day.

With a WD Green SSD peak reads of about 270MB/s which is about what I expected (About 2.2Gbps). On the R61 laptop it's slightly quicker and will hit 2.5Gbps/310MB/s. Still quick enough and that's with AHCI set.

The BIOS has an option for setting the multiplier but I was be nuts because I can't figure it out. Also Throttlestop doesn't seem to work. More on this latter. We are going to get past this!

Benchmark of stock X9000 is about where I expected.

I am still waiting for the 8GB of RAM to turn up but I am confident it will work.

More latter I have to run!!!

#37 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by Lost_N_BIOS 08.09.2018 05:29

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On the CPU multi in BIOS, try with and without numlock key on, try entering a numbered value both ways and then try 8/2 (up/down) with numlock off, and then from the up/down arrows on the arrow pad

#38 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by JerryD 09.09.2018 04:39

The latest...


Reset CMOS jumper - after the BIOS flash it was asking for the password. Simple fix set the jumper 'up' and connect power, wait a few moments and then turn off and set jumper as shown. Problem solved.


I couldn't get this to work - I set all the multipliers and nothing would work. It would just default to 1200Mhz.


Set USB as shown. I was impressed with the USB 2.0 speeds - it's not really worth getting USB 3.0.


Geforce GT 1030 installed.


2800MHz CPU Z benchmark


2800MHz 3D Mark benchmark


3200MHz CPU Z benchmark


3200MHz 3D Mark benchmark


3400MHz CPU Z benchmark


Crystal benchmark... fast enough.

Also, I have to say I was disappointed with the boot time... it was over 30 seconds. I even set the IDE detect time to 0 seconds. Once I removed the DVD from the SATA port the things booted instantly so if you DON't need a DVD don't have it connected... or have it connected through a USB port. I'll be testing this latter.

I need a better heat sink.

#39 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by JerryD 09.09.2018 04:50

@thatubuntuguy

The 2x4GB SODIMM's are expensive... no way around it.

#40 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by Lost_N_BIOS 09.09.2018 06:16

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CPU ratio = Auto, that's where you can't set manually and change above x14? Should it allow more than x14? Did we update microcodes, I forget?

#41 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by JerryD 09.09.2018 08:59

Zitat von Lost_N_BIOS im Beitrag #40
CPU ratio = Auto, that's where you can't set manually and change above x14? Should it allow more than x14? Did we update microcodes, I forget?


Hi Lost, I can directly type in any number I like. and the CPU will run with a 6.0 multiplier on reboot (1200MHz) and if I go into the BIOS the multiplier I typed in will be what I typed in. For example if I type in "14.0" or "14" it will not give me 2800MHz but 1200MHz. It doesn't matter what I type in it will not take. However, now Throttlestop 8.50 will adjust my multiplier once I'm in Windows which is great.

Lost, does that make sense?

#42 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by Lost_N_BIOS 09.09.2018 09:21

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Yes, I understand what you mean. I don't get why it does that though? Did we update your CPU microcodes, or not? That shouldn't matter to this, but maybe it could help if we haven't yet. I assume we did already, what BIOS from here are you using (What post # and BIOS name)
Yes, I see that was first thing I did on this thread. Are they being applied? Please check ucode version with HWInfo64 (in ucode box, two boxes down from core count in the middle of the CPU-z-like window > uCU) Or check with AIDA64 at motherboard, CPUID > Microcode

I'll look at BIOS again too and see if I can figure out any reason for this to happen. * Edit, I see, this is blank in BIOS for failsafe/optimal defaults and no external function set, so not a valid option, unsure why they left it user selectable?

#43 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by thatubuntuguy 11.09.2018 10:31

Throttlestop works! Awesome
I will be getting X9100 so bsel mod will be required
@JerryD Do you have 1066fsb cpu you could try to boot with?
How hot does cpu get at 3.4 under full load? The t5800 hits almost 70 which is pretty bad. AFAIK you can't put a custom cooler on the motherboard. Let me know if I'm wrong.
Any sign of @tonyspanos ?

#44 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by JerryD 11.09.2018 15:55

@Lost_N_BIOS I will check, thank you. I am so busy I hope this week I will check otherwise the weekend!

@thatubuntuguy I don't have a 1066FSB CPU to boot. Please post photos of what you do with the board because I may follow you with your modification.

The X9000 peaks in high 50C. I don't pay much attention to it. The stock cooler is not so good. It is possible to make something work with the motherboard and I am considering doing this but I have other bits and pieces I am trying to figure out other things... I will post more photos.

To be honest, playing a few games with the Geforce GT 1030 at stock 2.8GHz the performance is great even in 4K. Benchmark performance is a bit weak but realy world is good. I really think a T9500 or T7800 are good alternatives to the X9000.

Update: I have purchased a 1U 250W PSU and am waiting on it. I will also be trialling hot plug on the IDE port. Big weekend coming up.

#45 RE: [REQUEST] Asus/Pegatron IMISR-VM OC Unlock by Lost_N_BIOS 12.09.2018 07:10

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Don't hot plug IDE

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